In which Andrew Latham, better known as Mayfairgrin, lets off some steam. From the blissful ambience of opening track "Psybuuria" to the thundering three-part epic "Narrow", and the varying degrees of what comes inbetween, Phearofobia is a study in harshness and relentlessness.
August 14, 2009 Subject:
I like it!
Very mellow to start and then a twisted kind of darkness kicks in. Just when you're totally lost in the wash of sound- someone plugs the machine in and it comes rattling to life. A huge, churning, behemoth of spinning and clanking metal monstrosity like a factory inside of a beat sequencer. (At this bowled-over point I had to look at the name of the artist again)
Reminiscent of the atmosphere that Oliver Lieb could create back in the day. (Enormous Compliment, that)
April 28, 2006 Subject:
Emphasis is on originality in this fresh blend of atmospheres and beats. Strong on texture, strong on melody-- a great way for me to usher in the weekend. Thank you!